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... terminal building which one passenger compared to the spaceship Enterprise! Once inside, there was more trekking to the shuttle buses parked outside. What a contrast to our previous visit when the roads were clogged with traffic and the skies were smog filled and the buses were parked at the end of the gangway. Once on the road we witnessed scant traffic on this overbuilt super highway, so our travel time was cut from a promised hour to about 35 minutes. ...
... slightly shorter, we stayed. After about an hour and a half we were on the Eye with a great view of the city. Sadly it seemed to only last for 20 minutes.
Afterwards we visited a nearby Buddhist temple which seemed to have a strange obsession with Guan Yu. In the temple I got kicked out of one of the rooms for wondering down the wrong corridor.
Afterward we made our back to the hostel to grab out stuff for heading back to Beijing.
I joined the flying insects at dusk (& subsequently the bats) and a couple of hundred other people circling TaiFeng Park tonight.
I am living, for a few weeks, near the park. It is a great asset to the city with its open grassy areas – popular for flying kites – lakes, trees and sculptures. As the seasons change, so does the state of the vegetation in the park, as does the range of ...
On May 22nd we had our first practicum lesson. At the beginning of class she reviewed a lot of phrases that I already knew. Afterwards we walked to what they call the water park which is basically a small amusement park with free admittance but you have to pay for tickets on each ride seperately. The quality and small amount of rides actually reminded me more of a county fair type thing. It was a little too hot of a day to go in the ...
... it feel as if you're walking through a Kungfu movie.
At the northern part of the city, you can see other Western architecture, a legacy from the Italians.
Have you tried having tea served like ...